Meridian University hosts a public program
featuring Thomas Moore during the evening of Wednesday 30 January 2013 on campus at the Sonoma Center in Petaluma, California. University President Aftab Omer talks with Moore about The Depth of Religious Experience: The Heart of Secular Life
, Moore's new book about a religion of one's own. During this conversation Moore explores how "we shape our lives around certain spiritual experiences that define us and put us in relation to the greater life and world. We all have such intuitions and inspirations but may not see their importance to our spiritual lives. This deeper religion is in no way separate from secular life. In fact, it is the heart and soul of secular existence."
This free event is co-sponsored by St. John's Episcopal Church. Although offered at no cost, registration is required because space is limited. Please register online
. Meridian University’s Sonoma Center is at 47 Sixth Street, Petaluma, California, 30 miles north of San Francisco.
Thomas Moore in conversation with Aftab Omer
The Depth of Religious Experience:
The Heart of Secular Life
Wednesday 30 January 2013
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
47 Sixth Street
Labels: A Religion of One's Own